Five ways to advance on climate change, Outlook for economic stability in Italy

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Five ways to advance on climate change, Outlook for economic stability in Italy

Thursday 12 December 2019 – Vol.10 Ed.50.3

Commentary: Five ways to advance on climate change

By Danae Kyriakopoulou in Madrid

This year’s United Nations Conference of the Parties in Madrid has heard plenty of calls for urgent policy measures to combat climate change. There is a large gap between words and action. Government and financial services representatives at the COP are broadly united on shaping the framework for the transition to a low-carbon economy. There is a strong body of opinion impelling investors to move in that direction. Here are five key ways for the investment community to take decisive steps forward in 2020.

Read the full commentary on the website.

Meeting: Outlook for economic stability in Italy and across Europe

Friday 24 January, London, 08:45-10:30 GMT

The euro area faces potentially another year of low growth and political uncertainty, against the backdrop of growing trade tensions with the US and climate change-related risks. But with threats come opportunities. Daniele Franco, deputy governor of the Banca d’Italia, presents the macroeconomic overview of Italy’s situation, giving his thoughts on the key challenges for 2020 and where investment in the country can develop.

Request to attend the meeting.

 

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